the fog comes on little cat feet
Overnight in the waiting room of the Veterinary Emergency and Large Animal Vet Services of Hamden County. The TV volume is fucked, the vending machine is out of diet coke, and tonight’s a new moon. But the sun should come up. Eventually.
This reading contains extensive discussion of loss, illness, and grief, including animal illness, injury, and death.
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|Dr. Ben||Jasper Rood*|
|Arlene||Michele Payne Hinz|
|Stage Directions||John Stinson|
*Undergraduate student. UI Theatre is dedicated to providing hands-on theatre experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
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